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Porkins Policy Radio episode 82 Ed Opperman on Epstein Case/ 75th Anniversary of Executive Order 9066

Ed Opperman joins me in the first hour to discuss some of the latest news regarding the ongoing Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislane Maxwell cases. Ed and talk about Mike Cernovich and his recent attempts to unseal Ghislane Maxwell’s motion for summary judgment. We discuss how Alan Dershowitz has recently submitted a memorandum in full support of Cernovich. Ed and I talk about how bizarre it is for a lawyer of Dershowitz’s stature to attach himself to someone as unhinged as Cernovich. Ed and I contemplate what could be in Maxwell’s summary judgment that would make Dershowitz go through all this trouble. Later Ed and I rant about the way in which the Trump supporters are handling these sorts of stories. We talk about their ability to ignore every story linking the God Emperor Trump to Epstein and his crimes. Ed and I also rant about YouTube conspiracy celebrity George Webb and his ability to spin utter bullshit into conspiracy-crack.

In the second hour I start off by talking about the settlement in the Melania Trump and Webster Tarpley defamation suit. I also talk about the Melania’s new suit against The Daily Mail and the use of lawyer Charles Harder to represent her. Harder is the former lawyer of Hulk Hogan who helped destroy Gawker, and early enemy of Jeffrey Epstein. I also briefly touch on the Peter Theil connection to the Gawker suit. I finish of the show by discussing the 75th anniversary of Executive Order 9066, the act which saw 110,000 people of Japanese descent imprisoned in concentration camps within the United States. I talk about how this has become a largely ignored piece of American history. I lay out how the mind set of the 1940’s is beginning to take shape again today. I also rant about liberals and my complete and utter contempt for them in the Age of Trump.

Download PPR episode 82

Show Notes:

Response in Opposition to Motion to Intervene

Intervenor Alan Dershowitz memorandum of law in support of Michael Cervnovich Motion to unseal

Melania Trump settles defamation suit against blogger

Melania Trump refiles $150 million Daily Mail suit

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The CIA and Hollywood episode 5 The Social Network

Thomas Sheridan joins us to talk about the 2010 film The Social Network, which tells the story of the origins of facebook.  We discuss the class struggle portrayed in the story, the mechanism by which the film could have been influenced by the CIA, the archetypes in the finely-produced melodrama that plays out, the CIA’s silicon valley network which is conspicuous by its absence from the narrative, and the meaning of the movie’s dark and brooding tone.  We also get into some unusual areas, including the mystery of the sub sandwich.

Download The CIA and Hollywood ep. 5

Show Notes:

The Social Network (2010)

With friends like these…

Facebook CIA connection

How team of geeks cracked the spy trade

How a ‘deviant’ philosopher built Palantir, A CIA funded data-mining juggernaut

Palantir, the War on Terror’s secret weapon

Sean Parker: Agent of disruption

The EyeOpener: Exposing In-Q-Tel

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